NYFW

What I Wore + My Plea To Street Style Photographers

photo by Max Kopanygin for Kenton Magazine top and pant: c/o Dana-Maxx // coat: Chaiken // hat: Albertus Swanepoel // shoes: Lela Rose for Payless // bag: c/o Cambridge Satchel Company // ring: Giles & Brother I recently wrote about how fashion week had changed quite a bit since my first shows years ago. It’s beyond the prevalence of selfies—though Cara Delvigne even broke news that she took the first selfie video while walking down the runway at at
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Sleep No More + Fashion = Possibly The Coolest Fashion Show Ever

Alice & Olivia has been known to present a whimsical presentation at New York Fashion Week, filled with celebrities and showgoers looking to see the romantic mood designer Stacey Bendet created for her collection that season. For fall/winter 2014, “Enchanted: A Midwinter Night’s Dream” was the theme and what more of a perfect setting than at the McKittrick Hotel, an old warehouse converted to a 1930’s style hotel for the Hitchcock-meets-Shakespeare interactive play, Sleep No More. While the
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Life Before Selfies & Simple Times During Fashion Week

Igee Okafor and Liz Teich top and pant: c/o Dana-Maxx // coat: Chaiken // shoes: Lela Rose for Payless // bag: c/o Cambridge Satchel // hat: Albertus Swanepoel for Target When I attended—and actually worked on—fashion shows back in the tumbleweeds days of the tents at Bryant Park, it was show after show of nothing but designers’ collections of the season. It was a way for us to preview what was to come, make orders and plan editorial
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NYFW FALL 2014: Christian Siriano

Deviating from his previous collections that were influenced by places, Siriano developed his collection around a specific person, Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn in the 1950’s, a former muse of both of her photographer husbands, Fernand Fonssagrives and Irving Penn. The show wowed with models circling around lampposts setting the mood. It was as if you are watching moving photographs of these photographers to a soundtrack of Siriano’s partner, Brad Walsh, who as usual, attended the show adorned in a custom shirt
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